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Faculty awarded over $2 million dollars in Federal Grants

September 2, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments

Over the summer, our faculty at the College of Education received four Federal Grants totaling approximately $2.4 million dollars. Listed below are the principal investigators on these grants, as well as some information about each grant.

Principal Investigator: Dr. Motoko Akiba, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
Co-Principal Investigator: Dr. Ian Whitacre, School of Teacher Education
Funding agency/program: NSF: DR K—12
Title: Identifying an Effective and Scalable Model of Lesson Study

Principal Investigator: Dr. Christine Andrews-Larson, School of Teacher Education
Funding agency/program: NSF: IUSE
Title: Collaborative Research: Teaching Inquiry-oriented Mathematics: Establishing Supports

Principal Investigator: Dr. Kelly Whalon, School of Teacher Education
Co-Principal Investigator: Dr. Mary Frances Hanline, School of Teacher Education
Funding agency: USDOE: Office of Special Education Programs,
Title: ASD-STEM

Co-Principal Investigators: Dr. Sherry Southerland, School of Teacher Education and Dr. Christine Andrews-Larson, School of Teacher Education
Funding agency/program: NSF: Robert Noyce Scholarship Program
Title: Preparing and Supporting Equitable Teaching in Mathematics and Science Classrooms: The FSU-Teach Noyce ProgramGrantsProfs

 

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